Sunday, July 2, 2017

Favorite Pic of the Day for July 3rd

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Happy Birthday today July 3rd

Happy 44th to actor Patrick Wilson!

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Some Monty Movement...

View from the Top

Rooftop Bottom


Y & R viewers have been lather lately over the Graham, the mysterious hottie whose motives have yet to be unveiled.. Is he Dina's son, her doctor, her doctor or just her sexy boy toy and arm candy. Graham, actor Max Shippee could play any of those roles with his sexy grey hair and piercing blue eyes. Although his reasons for being in town are yet to be uncovered, the show is wisely starting to get him out of his vast array of business suits.

As hot as Max looks in those suits, he looks even hotter steaming it up in the sauna. There was something familiar about the actor from the moment I saw him. I wasn't sure if it was his past work as a model, or his various roles on TV and in film.

I think it may have been his work with CrossFit where Max is both an owner, and the face and body in some of the promotion. A quick google search proved fitness is a huge part of Max's life and he there are quite a few interviews with Max discussing fitness, health and general well being. As you can see from his images, he practices what he preaches and is both an inspiring, and tantalizing visual for whatever he is selling

Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous


Steam Heat

Beach High: Richmond by Ryan Edward Scott

'When in doubt, go to the ocean. There you will always find whatever you’ve lost in yourself.'
Robert Wyland

The 4th of July weekend always means heading to the beach. Even a man eating great white shark couldn't stop the tourists Amity Island from hitting the surf. Although I didn't make it to the beach this weekend due to it being overcast and rainy, I still made it to the waterfront to feel the salty sea air.

One of my favorite virtual beach visits last year was photographer with Ryan Edward Scott and his visit to Marshall Beach in San Francisco. I would follow Ryan 'virtually' anywhere given my love of his work, but it didn't help that his subject was the ultra hot Richmond.

Shot for the Summer Diary Project, (High by the Beach) and I love how Richmond and Ryan create a water dance with the salt water dancing in air and in the sunlight. I hope some of you got to the beach this weekend, and if not, that you enjoyed joining me in the sand virtually with Ryan's shots of Richmond.